Chatting up ‘The Hotel Angeline’

Yesterday, thanks to Open Road Media and BookMovement,  I and two other Seattle writers, Jennie Shortridge and Garth “Racing in the Rain” Stein, participated in an hour-long chat with readers about a novel that we and numerous other writers wrote last year in six days, while on stage before a live and occasionally inebriated audience. The event–“The Novel Live,” appropriately enough–was sponsored by the Seattle 7, a group of Seattle-area writers that raises money for schools, literacy and such. The effort yielded a polished and brilliantly edited novel, Hotel Angeline, which is now available as a paperback book, published by Open Road Media. If you’ve nothing better to do, and have an interest in hearing three writers prattle on in a live-chat format, here’s the link:

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Erik Larson is the author of six previous national bestsellers—The Splendid and the Vile, Dead Wake, In the Garden of Beasts, Thunderstruck, The Devil in the White City, and Isaac’s Storm— which have collectively sold more than twelve million copies. His books have been published in nearly forty countries.

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